Magic Flute in London

A new Magic Flute awaited Nadine in the legendary David McVicar production at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden, where she gave her long-awaited debut, 22 years after completing her Bachelor's degree at the Royal Academy of Music.  Conducted by Leo Hussain and featuring wonderful colleagues, the reviews are in on the Press page! ->

Orphée aux enfers in Salzburg

Nadine gave an unconventional role debut as Cupidon in Barrie Kosky's production of "Orphée aux enfers" at the Salzburg Festival.  The acclaimed performance under the musical direction of Enrique Mazzola was recorded among others for ARTE and can still be watched in their media library; it will be published on DVD later.  The co-production with the Komische Oper Berlin will be revived there in the spring of 2021.

Siegfried in Chemnitz

Jumping in for a sick colleague, Nadine sang Erda in Siegfried at the Chemnitz Opera and was happy to share the stage with several Bayreuth colleagues.

Concerts in Düsseldorf and Augsburg

Mahler's Resurrection Symphony with Ádám Fischer and the Düsseldorfer Symphoniker at the Tonhalle Düsseldorf in April was a resounding success.  The three concerts were enthusiastically received and recorded for a new CD production that should be available by the end of the year.  A fundraiser gala concert of Die Walküre for the Staatstheater Augsburg before Easter brought many illustrious Wagner singers together for a sensational performance with a festival-worthy cast.

Magic Flute in Australia/New Zealand

Nadine had the opportunity of a lifetime, a tour of the festivals of Perth, Adelaide, and Auckland with the Komische Oper Berlin, traveling to the other end of the world as the Third Lady in the global sensation that is Barrie Kosky's production of the Magic Flute.

Erda in Seoul

In Achim Freyer's new Rheingold production, the start of the first staged Ring-production in Korea, Nadine sang Erda alongside many Bayreuth colleagues to great success.

Concerts in autumn

In the autumn, Nadine made her debut with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra under Kirill Karabits with Mahler's Second Symphony.  Shortly after, she returned to the Staatskapelle Weimar and Lothar Zagrosek to sing Schoenberg's Lied der Waldtaube.

Dalila in Weimar

A great dream came true with the concert performances of Saint-Saëns' "Samson et Dalila" with the Staatskapelle Weimar under their GMD Kirill Karabits in the place it was premiered, and Nadine's debut as Dalila became a personal triumph.

Ulrica in Weimar

A new role debut in an old familiar place: Verdi's masterpiece Ballo in maschera at the Deutsches Nationaltheater Weimar under Stefan Lano in a production by Eva-Maria Höckmayr.  Ulrica as Riccardo's angel of death will return in the fall after her big success.

Winter concerts

Lovely concerts in Geneva's venerable Victoria Hall of Schumann's Faustszenen despite lots of snow and chilly temperatures with the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande.

Das Opernglas

December surprise - Nadine's interview for Das Opernglas magazine made the cover! Portraits from Bayreuth and a few insights into the different facets of a singer's life  await the reader.

Falstaff with Terfel in Paris

At very short notice, alternating with shows of "Zauberflöte" at the Opéra Comique, where she was guesting with the Komische Oper, Nadine had the pleasure of jumping into five "Falstaff" performances as Quickly at the Opéra Bastille in Paris. Conducted by Fabio Luisi, they became unforgettable moments next to THE Falstaff of our time, Sir Bryn Terfel, as well as other fabulous colleagues like Aleksandra Kurzak and Bayreuth-legend Graham Clark.

Pelléas in Berlin

As Geneviève, Nadine added another new role to her repertoire guesting at the Komische Oper in Barrie Kosky's new production of Debussy's "Pelléas et Mélisande" under the baton of Kapellmeister Jordan de Souza.

Final Ring in Bayreuth

For five years, Nadine portrayed Erda and Schwertleite in Frank Castorf's Ring at the Bayreuth Festival, and during the production's last  summer triumphed again, lauded enthusiastically by audiences and press.

Rheingold in the Elbphilharmonie

Nadine gave her Hamburg debut as Erda in the new Elbphilharmonie with the NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchestra under Marek Janowski to great success, more performances followed in the Konzerthaus Dortmund and the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden.

Medea in Berlin

The new production of Aribert Reimann's "Medea" by Benedict Andrews was a huge success at the Komische Oper for all soloists, even the composer himself was thrilled by the performances.

Magic Flute in Paris

Shortly before the opening night of the revival of the Robert-Carsen-production at the Opéra Bastille, Nadine appears as Third Lady in all of the 17 performances. Henrik Nánási conducts, she shares the stage with illustrious colleagues ranging from young stars to legends such as José van Dam.

Loriot's Ring in One Night in Munich

The Philharmonie im Gasteig presented the tour of the Staatskapelle Weimar under Kirill Karabits with Loriot's wonderful Ring-version. Nadine sang excerpts as Fricka for the first time, as well as Waltraute with her first Weimar and Bayreuth Brünnhilde, Catherine Foster.

Rusalka in Berlin

A long-anticipated role debut as the witch Ježibaba in Barrie Kosky's haunting  production of "Rusalka" from 2011 at the Komische Oper Berlin happened in the fall. Singing is best with a real cat on your shoulder!

Jump-in @ Bayreuth Festival

Within five days, Nadine sang four different operas at the Bayreuth Festival this summer to great success!  Replacing a sick colleague at the last minute, she made her unexpected house debut as Mary in "The Flying Dutchman" in the production of Jan Philipp Gloger under Axel Kober. 

La Gioconda in Gelsenkirchen

In the spring Nadine added a new role from the Italian Fach to her repertoire that met with great acclaim from audiences: Laura in Ponchielli's "La Gioconda" at the Musiktheater im Revier in a production by Alexandra Semerédy and Magdolna Parditka, with the Neue Philharmonie Westfalen under the baton of Rasmus Baumann and Valtteri Rauhalammi.

Walküre in Dresden

At the Semperoper this February, Nadine gave her debut as Schwertleite in Willy Decker's production from 2001 under the baton of Christian Thielemann, alongside many Bayreuth colleagues.

La Flauta Magica in Madrid

12 performances as Third Lady in Barrie Kosky's "Die Zauberflöte", this time under the baton of Ivor Bolton, gave Nadine the opportunity to return to the Teatro Real in Madrid, where she previously performed in "Der fliegende Holländer "and "Die tote Stadt". A little preview:

Concerts in Weimar

Nadine had the honor of performing the world premiere of George Alexander Albrecht's new song cycle "Gesänge zur Erde" for symphony orchestra with the Staatskapelle Weimar and the composer and honorary conductor at the baton twice in December. Critical as well as audience reception was enthusiastic.  She also performed Beethoven's Ninth in Weimar with the designated principal conductor Kirill Karabits twice over the new year.

Bayreuth 2015

Another highly successful summer on the Green Hill has come to an end.  For the last time under Kirill Petrenko's superb leadership, Nadine sang Erda and Schwertleite; rehearsals with the new cast will begin next June.  Performance dates are already in the calendar. Reviews are now also online!

Falstaff in Marseille

 Acclaimed performances as Quickly in Marseille in a wonderful production with a spectacular cast.  Watch the trailer here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_55gQjZKJEA&feature=youtu.be

Ring in Munich

Revivals of the Ring at the Bavarian State Opera presented the fitting opportunity for Nadine's Munich debut, this time as Flosshilde and Schwertleite, as well as jumping in once as the second Norn.  Overwhelming success for GMD Kirill Petrenko and all soloists.

Carmen in Bregenz

Winter marked the return visit to one of Nadine's signature roles at the Vorarlberger Landestheater. Reviews under "Presse".

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